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06 September, 2018

BSB Sanlitun Global Campus Lego Challenge Winning Entries

BSB Sanlitun Global Campus Lego Challenge Winning Entries

Back in the summer term, Global Campus launched a Lego Challenge based around the UNICEF Global Goal number 11: Sustainable Cities. Children from Nord Anglia schools around the world were challenged to collaboratively build a sustainable city using Lego.

BSB Sanlitun Global Campus Lego Challenge Winning Entries Back in the summer term, Global Campus launched a Lego Challenge based around the UNICEF Global Goal number 11: Sustainable Cities. Children from Nord Anglia schools around the world were challenged to collaboratively build a sustainable city using Lego.

Back in the summer term, Global Campus launched a Lego Challenge based around the UNICEF Global Goal number 11: Sustainable Cities. Children from Nord Anglia schools around the world were challenged to collaboratively build a sustainable city using Lego.

Lots of our children from BSB Sanlitun took part in the competition and created wonderful Lego cities with special sustainable features. Global Campus had the incredibly difficult job of judging entries from our 56 international schools worldwide. We are delighted to share that two entries from BSB Sanlitun were announced as winners of the Global Campus Lego Challenge.

 

The winning Global Campus Lego challenge builders were:

Entry 1: Ron and Jaemin

Entry 2: Thomas, Pearse, Alex, Simi, Indi, Linda, Jocelyn, Olivia, Kahupotiki, Julian, Roy, Mark, Jeremie, Oscar, Thomas and Ariana

 

By Catherine Farquharson

Year 4 Kingfishers Class Teacher, Global Campus Leader